I felt the needles dig themselves into my arm, as the restraints held me down. I scream, as the insanity ran through my veins. This was my normal, my life, this is how I lived. I didn't really want this but when you are born with snow white hair and one blue and one purple eye that's what you get. The rest of the laboratory in which I was a slave to experimentation was dead and cold. After the injections I was brought to my so called room, which was basically a cell with a few pieces of furniture in it. It held a small bed, with a pillow and blanket, a desk, a chair, a small bathroom, and a laptop. Strangely they allowed me to go online as long as I didn't mention how I was treated or where I was. I met the familiar stone floor as two guards threw me in, obviously annoyed that they had to escort me here. As I heard the blasting sound of their footsteps stomp away I forced myself up and walked to my computer.
"You wish so hard, but your wishes never come true do they..." The computer typed each letter until the message finished and began to blink; awaiting an answer. I simply nodded my head as my throat was to raw from screaming almost every day of my life, well ever since I was five anyways. It continued to type another messaged; one that left me shocked and confused. "I can make them come true Airi, do you trust me…" I was frightened as the pit of anxiety grew in my stomach. How could this thing that possessed my computer know my true name if all I was ever called was experiment 109K? Again, this time slower, I nodded my head with tears in my eyes for I didn't know what was happening or if this was even reality. Sometimes I had hallucinations because of the different injections mixing in my blood so if this was fake it wouldn't be the first time. "I am now your genie, my name is whatever you would like, and anything is yours if you wish it, but be warned you only have three chances and with each a price to pay. But for now good night my master…" And that was the last thing I saw before falling into the darkness of sleep.
It had been a weak since my genie who I decided to call Savior, because she is giving me the chance to live without being treated as a freak or as they called me a "demon", came to visit me. The injections became more frequent, and began to feel more painful. So I called upon Savior, every scream echoed her name, until I gave up hope; maybe she wasn't real after all. That night I went to my "room" and stared at the laptop that lay open on the desk. I wanted so badly for Savior to come back; she was the only one you could call my companion, even though I only got to talk with her once. I slowly closed my eyes and got an idea, maybe I could make a wish to make her real. 'I wish you Savior, my genie, were real' I pleaded in my head, 'please work, please work.' I opened my eyes to see a new message flashing, and I couldn't help but smile, not caring of my previous anxiety I had around her.
"Savior… I like it. You used your first wish to make me, two left." My computer typed. I finally got up the energy to use my voice for something other than screaming. I gently cleared my throat, hoping it wouldn't hurt to speak. As I stood my dress flattened itself against my pale skin, it would have looked very pretty if it had not been ripped to shreds. I opened my mouth ready to talk to Savior when interrupted with another typed message. "I sorry for not coming sooner, but you needed to wish me here… To call me just say my name." Giving up on the whole I am finally gonna talk thing I just simply nodded my head. "Goodnight Airi" Savior said more like typed, and with that I fell asleep.
The injections hurt, they either burned or chilled your blood to the point you thought you would die at any second. 'Savior' I thought 'I wish the injections would stop forever! Please Savior!' I yelled in my mind. Everything then stopped; my restraints loosened enough for me to slip out of them and sit up. They were gone, the scientists, everything. The lab looked like it had been abandoned for years, it was now laced in cobwebs and rust coved the very utensils that cut me and were used to do the injections. I was dumbfounded, and continued to look around as if a guard would come and beat me and throw me into my cell.
"Savior" my voiced whispered, her name echoing in the now stale air. Suddenly a ghostly girl appeared with jet black hair and emerald green eyes. She was medium height and like me had very pale skin. She was wearing a pair of jeans with many holes and rips, her long sleeve t-shirt wasn't in any better condition. She looked at me and smiled with a devilish grin. It was then in that moment that I realized who the ghost girl was; she was my genie, Savior. "Savior?" I asked making sure my assumption was correct. She simply nodded at me with that stupid grin plastered on her face, filling me with an uneasy feeling in my stomach. She turned her gaze to the window that was now boarded, and then back to me. I went to the window and punched the boards, which shattered way too easy in my opinion. I looked out to see a barren world with nothing but a howling wind to keep it company. Right then it hit me "but be warned for each wish you make there is a price to pay". Savior had given Airi her wish, but the price was to be alone.
"Why? Why am I alone now Savior, if my wish was only for the injections to stop?" I chocked out. It wasn't like I was happy that everyone was gone but I was exactly devastated. There was a thick silence that hung in the musty air.
"I am sorry my dear Airi, but your wish was to stop the injections forever. You didn't specify just your injections or anything. So I had to stop the rest of the world because of your wish" she spoke in a monotone voice, and then as if reading my mind continued "No you can't reverse it, that was the price of your wish. Airi you have to believe me when I say I don't want to punish you like this, but I have to. As a genie I am required to, please forgive me." She pleaded, but all I could do was fall to the floor, and hold my head in my hands. 'How? How could such a simple wish to stop my suffering kill everyone around me?' "Depending on your last wish I, in the end, will have to leave you as well." She said in a whisper, this time with such sadness in her voice it almost made me cry.
"My final wish," I murmured mainly to myself but began to speak louder to tell Savior what I wanted my final wish to be. "I want you to stay with me forever and be my friend!" I screamed not caring anymore if it hurt, I had already been through much worse pain. She sighed and then looked at me smiling this time with joy in her eyes as she nodded her head. She closed her eyes and took a deep breath, she let it out and a flash of light seemed to emanate from her. Her eyes opened, glimmering with a happiness I had never before seen in anyone's eyes. She smiled and I smiled back at her as I ran over to her, interlocking our hands. As we walked away from the lab I was able to figure out that I would be able to finally have a friend. One who would live life with me forever, a life of freedom and no pain. I wouldn't have to worry about being afraid, or in pain anymore. I finally had been saved by my Savior.